ثيقة شرعيّة: AIU VII.A.42

ثيقة شرعيّة AIU VII.A.42

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Legal testimonies. In Hebrew. Dated: perhaps 5408 AM (recto) and 5411 AM (verso), but these are not completely clear. In any case, the approximate dates are ~1650 CE. The first testimony is from Aharon Zaytūn and the second is from Moshe חדדו(?). They are both describing a convoluted case involving a Muslim named Muḥammad al-Wakīl and the Jews Yaʿqūb and his companion and perhaps a dairy maker or bricklayer (al-Labbān). It seems that Yaʿqūb and his companion were murdered (r17–18, v2–3). The Bassātīn cemetery may be mentioned (r10). These two testimonies are from Kislev, and the third is from Tishrei and in different handwriting, meaning it was from the following year at earliest, and perhaps several years later (the dates are given, but tricky to read). Yosef A[.]wāb testifies about a Muslim named ʿUmar. But the content is hard to determine. This testimony is signed by Yehuda b. Ḥizqiya ha-Kohen and Yosef b. Barukh. The first two testimonies are not signed.